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dfb70uk

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My daughter put the above on my computer for University work, now every so often a screen comes up with "Visual Just in Debugger" - a win 32 exception occurred in explorer.exe asking for a choice of debugger.

Looking at the installed progs I have things such as Microsoft NET Framework Microsoft Silverlight 3SDK , 4SDK Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Visual Studio are these all part of C++? Help would be appreciated every time it happens all the open files are closed David B

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KRONOS the First

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Any help here? Click Here.

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dfb70uk

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Dear Chronos, Thanks but even more confused David B

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dfb70uk

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Dear Chronos, Thanks but even more confused. David B

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onionskin

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There is a Q&A topic about this somewhere on Microsoft's Visual C++ pages, but I can't find it.

I think though, that if you go to Internet Explorer's Tools, Internet Options, Advanced Tab - then tick the Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable Script Debugging (Other) boxes, and untick the Display a notification about every script error, it might do the trick.

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